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Forest of the Damned

A Supernatural Horror Novel
Narrated by: Hannibal Hills
Series: Supernatural Horror, Book 3
Length: 7 hrs and 19 mins
4 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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Summary

The black forest. A place of legend and folklore. A place where the souls of the dead never rest.

A group of paranormal researchers head to the isolated forest with the hopes of capturing something that has evaded them their whole careers: proof of life after death. 

The forest soon promises to deliver an investigation beyond what they could have ever hoped for. But things take a turn for the sinister when one of the group disappears in the dead of the night. 

Ghostly apparitions, disembodied voices, and demonic things lurking in the darkness turn the adventure into a living nightmare. Will any of them escape with their lives, or will they all pay for not taking heed of the local legend? 

And at the heart of it all, the evil Mother Sibbett waits, ready to show them what the afterlife really holds. 

A supernatural horror novel that will resonate with fans of The Blair Witch Project and The Ritual. After listening to this terrifying story, you will never go down to the woods again....

©2019 Lee Mountford (P)2019 Lee Mountford

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Ok story but superb narration!

I love a good horror story but its not easy to find one. So I started to listen to this and was pleasant surprised. The story began really well and evoked a real sense of just how creepy the forest was. However I began to get bored in the middle of the book and I felt the sex/rape scenes were gratuitous and too long. I also didn't really care about any of the characters so it was hard to feel any sympathy for them.

The best thing about this book was the excellent narration from Hannibal Hills, who has the perfect voice for horror and his wonderful narration kept me listening to the end.

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Turn off the lights and sit back

Really enjoyed and would listen too again! Keen to get this Authors other books now.

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One of the best audio books I had for a long time give it 9 out of10

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Terrible narrator

Sadly the narrator was not right for narrating a book so I just gave up . Daft voices , no expression , sounded like he was reading a shopping list . Sorry. However I do plan to read it myself as I'm into the plot

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Don't go into the woods!!!

Nice horror story about a group of supernatural hunters. The first half builds slowly, but the second, cranks up the creepy sinister suspense levels.

Well read by Hannibal Hills, keeps the story moving nicely, to its creepy outcome.

"This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review."

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  • Iluv2knit
  • 17-05-19

Not what I expected, but still a good story

The narrator was pretty good, I liked the accents, it was easy to tell who was speaking at all times. The story was good but dark with some occult topics, as expected. It started a little slow but became rather intriguing the longer that the characters remained in the forest. It was interesting and kept me guessing until nearly the end. The ending was a tad predictable. But the story was otherwise engaging.

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  • D. Sturgeon
  • 10-05-19

Gruesome story!

Excellent narration combined with the twisted imagination of the author makes this macabre tale one that may just give you nightmares. You've been warned. Enjoy

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  • Michael Parker
  • 09-05-19

Excellent horror!!

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. One of the best horror novels I have listened to lately. Well developed story and characters. Terrifying in all the right places, without all the cliches and campiness of some horror stories. Highly recommend this book to horror fans. The narration and production is well done.


I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased review.

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  • Sara
  • 19-05-19

Best horror narrator around!!

Lee Mountford is fantastic creeptastic horror novel. I can't help but fall into his written words every single time. He really creates this entire world and does so perfectly. I don't generally get scared while reading or listening to horror books. Usually I get grossed out by the gore but I delight in the story. I can tell you with 100% honesty that I stayed up listening to this story one night. I was so creeped out that I stared at the door to my bedroom after my timer went off. It doesn't get much better than that!!

Now Hannibal Hills is a horror stories perfect voice... I said it... PERFECT. He has this perfect pitch and tone. I can't get enough of his accent. There isn't another narrator I would want speaking Lee Mountford's eerie and ultra crazy words!

This might be my absolute favorite Lee Mountford's supernatural horror book. I'd totally recommend this book if you like these type of books!

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  • Antonio Marchena-Roldan
  • 16-05-19

Feels like The Blair Witch Project...

• Isolation… check
• Paranormal events… check
• Emotionally charged situations… check
• Creepy outdoors… check
• A very cool Blair Witch Project vibe… check
This books totally delivers what it promises. You can feel the sense of dread from page one, even with the characters are not even in the forest yet! It is well constructed; the characters are sufficiently defined and the situations are completely horrendous.
One of the best things about this novel is the way the author describes the situations. The characters suffer some of the grossest and most disturbing occurrences in the Black Forest and you can feel what they experience through Mr. Mountford’s words, even when you do not want to.
I wish this novel gets a cinematic adaptation, because it would be totally amazing.

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  • LC
  • 10-05-19

Move over Blair Witch!

Haunted forest, ghost hunters, creepy witch-monster... need I say more? Oh, yes?
Okay then... Set in a supposed haunted forest, a group of four friends and ghost hunters go out in hopes of catching something supernatural on camera. Well, let’s just say they get more than they bargained for. Okay, while I was just super cliche, the book is not! This was a good, creepy, horrible (good horrible) horror story. It’s one of those that will make you think twice about going off on your own in the woods the next time you go camping. I loved Hannibal Hills narration, he’s not at all over the top, like some horror narrators, but is great at building up the tension. I’m one of those people who can’t get enough of scary movies and ghost stories so if you relate to that you will definitely enjoy this supernatural horror. It’s just the right kind of disturbing-creepiness. .

I received a free copy of this audiobook in return for an honest review.

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  • D. McCarty
  • 25-05-19

Strange and sick...

The premise of the story sounded promising and started out well, but I found it quickly becoming more gut-retching and literally disgusting. Way too much sexual depravity and gory. I kept waiting for something redeeming to occur but was very disappointed by the end. Made me sick!!! Going to see if I can return.

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  • Jacqueline Hicks
  • 15-06-19

Decent horror story


This one was decent. Paranormal investigators encounter what they are looking for but not what they expect. The narrator was pretty good. It kind of had the feeling of a decent serialized horror podcast. I bet if it had the distant creepy music and effects in the background that comes with a horror podcast, it would've been a bit more creepy lol. Good story.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Sheltiebear
  • 11-06-19

So Insane You Can't Stop Listening

I think this is one of the best narrators I have listened to. All the voice changes were great and not annoying. The story line is insane and often so disgusting you wonder how anyone could imagine this to put it in a book.

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  • Alienist
  • 25-05-19

Groundhog Day

Ach, whee. Not my cup of tea; much too weak. Was this a horror book? I’m not sure since I fell asleep too many times. Look, I’m into hard core horror and this wasn’t it. The storyline was flimsy and the characters personalities boring. I wanted to finish the book so I jumped two or three chapters before getting to the last three. Read those; yawn. I don’t like to come down on books because I respect the effects authors put into their craft. Try it, you might be someone who gives it five stars. Maybe...

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